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Timber
by Julian Kyhl

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This award winning table has been exhibited in Zona Tortona during Milan design week 2010 and during London design Festival 2010.

Constructed from just 10 pieces of FSC certified maple or oak, and using no screws, nails or glue, Timber is a lesson in restrained elegance. Smart design and precision carpentry mean that each piece slots together perfectly. Disassembly just takes minutes and Timber packs down to a highly transportable package. Dimensions: L: 2meters, W:90cm, H: 72cm. Available in beautiful Canadian white oak, black smoked oak or a contrasting mix of Canadian maple and smoked oak. All wood is quarter sawn with naturally occurring tight knots.

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Julian Kyhl is an educated carpenter and is currently studying Design and Innovation at the Danish Technical University. Julian strives to design beautiful, intuitive and functional things that will last a lifetime or more. Through his work with wood he has developed an interest in sustainable design and materials. On the subject of the Timber Table, Julian says it’s hard to say exactly where the idea came from… I wanted to make a table that was beautiful but also based on a beautiful principle, made from solid wood parts and with no kind of adhesives, screws etc. I had thought about the table for some time and had a rough idea of how I wanted to do it. The wood for the table had been lying in my workshop for about one year before I started making it. It took me 7 days in the workshop imagining up the parts, drawing on pieces of wood and finally cutting it up. There were no concept sketches or cad drawings prior to the construction of Timber. Everything was made ad hoc in the workshop. The table received great feedback so I decided to continue the work. I made a few minor changes to the design and ordered 5 pieces from a cabinet maker. Subsequently I was invited to a sustainability exhibition in Milan during design week 2010 and then LDF later that year. I received the “best upcoming design award 2010” by the renowned Danish interiors magazine Boligmagasinet. Now the table is finally made available by this great new concept - ideacious.


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